Mass & Confession Times

Mass & Confession Times

Sunday morning | 9:30 am
Saturday evening | 4:00 pm

Monday, Tuesday and
Thursday mornings
 | 7:00 am


Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, mask wearing and social distancing is being observed.  Reservations are not currently required.

Please CLICK HERE to read the most recent update from Father Matt as we act with patience, charity, and love for our fellow parishioners in this challenging time.

Adoration is Back:
3rd Thursdays, 8-3

3rd Thursday of the month, 8am - 3pm
Sign up for time slots in the back of the church or simply stop by to look, pray, listen, and nurture your relationship with Jesus!

Interested in more adoration??

Visit St. Michael in Exeter, Wednesdays 8:30am - 8:30pm


Reconciliation has Resumed:
Saturdays 3-3:30 in the Sacristy

Due to Fr. Bart being gone and Msgr Ed’s need to be careful with Covid, 3pm Saturday confessions at St. Mary’s are temporarily suspended until Feb. 27.  When Fr. Matt is here, he can hear a quick confession when he arrives about 3:45pm or will be happy to hear confessions after the 4pm Mass.  
Please also refrain from entering the sacristy when Msgr. Ed is here unless absolutely necessary.  Business can be conducted from the doorway.  Sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.

Fr. Matt and Fr. Bart are hearing confessions on Saturdays at St. Mary's.  Confessions will be heard in the sacristy rather than in the small reconciliation room and all the usual safety precautions must be observed, including mask wearing and keeping six feet of distance between yourself and the priest or other parishioners.  We will crack a window to allow fresh air into the room and you will have an option of sitting in a chair opposite the priest and sanitizing it afterward or simply standing to confess so as not to touch any furniture. 

So that the most parishioners may participate, we ask that you please be as brief and concise as possible.  Time for confessions is 3-3:30pm and we must end promptly so that the sacristy can be prepared for Mass.
Gluten-Free Hosts
If you suffer from gluten intolerance or celiac disease,
please see the priest before Mass about receiving communion
with a gluten-free host.